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- Powered by the Unreal 3 engine, the world of Hunted comes to life in a third-person dungeon crawl
- Combine E'lara's ranged attacks with Caddoc's melee expertise to pull off gruesome co-op kill moves
- Wade into the thick of the fight using melee skills, or tactically use cover combat to dispatch hordes of creatures with bows and spells.
- Powerful magic spells can be used to boost your partner's combat effectiveness and even the odds against increasingly formidable enemies.
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This is a straight-forward button masher and dungeon crawler. Caddoc is the melee character (equipment includes swords, axes, and maces along with a shield) but can switch to a crossbow for long distance targets. E'Lara is the sniper/distance fighter that mainly uses bows, but will use a sword and shield. Both characters start with basic equipment, but you can find stronger equipment left by enemies, weapon racks, or at random places in each level (including armor). I find that you have to change your shields frequently since they will break after too much abuse. They have enchanted weapons scattered around the levels that will help you in the game. Plus you cannot hurt your partner in this game.
The game starts with a prologue with chapters (six of them). Each chapter is divided into a further six sub-chapters (which are further divided into areas). You begin in a forest, then a ransacked town, then dungeons, etc. till you reach Kala Moor (the final level).
Graphics: Gorgeous vistas to gritty and bloody dungeons can be found in this game. You will see lots violence (hearts or eyes ripped out, people being stabbed through, people crushed by falling debris, blood spurting over everything, etc.). The peasants look roughly the same (although I had to laugh at how all the women of the game are proportioned but it is a sell point for a particular market).
Gameplay: The gameplay is linear, but you can branch out into sub-quests. The sub-quests are just for stronger weapons or key items that can get you even stronger abilities. You will be given riddles or hints on plaques to indicate a potential sub-quest is nearby.Read more ›
What an apt comparison! If you're looking for an RPG, Hunted is not for you. If you're looking for Gears of War with arrows, Hunted is not for you. However, if you can keep an open mind and are willing to try a unique mix of, let's say, Demon's Souls art design and cover-shooter gameplay, Hunted might scratch an itch you never knew you had.
It's actually a very hard game to describe because while it seems to borrow conventions from other games, it doesn't fall neatly into any one genre. But much like Capcom's Dungeons & Dragons, you are essentially on a linear path in a dark, Lord of the Rings-esque fantasy world and killing everything in your way. There is no "leveling-up," no items to purchase. There is loot and gold, but the former has only minor variances (high-end weapons are reserved for the end of the game's elaborate optional puzzles) and the latter is used only to unlock features in the game's largely extraneous map-building mode. That's right, if you're so inclined, you can create and download new maps (some of which have been designed by the game's developers) ala LittleBigPlanet, although by no means as cohesive or extensive in its sharing capabilities. It's also extremely hard to unlock content for said map builds (by the end of the game, I had only 50% of content unlocked).Read more ›
I bought this game the second day it was out and have had 3 two hr sessions so far.
I think they delivered what was promised it is a co op fantasy hack and slash with ranged weapons melee weapons and you can use cover.
First and foremost it is a capable shooter. When there are a lot of enemies chasing you, you are able to shoot or fight fluidly. Also when there are enemies far away you are able to shoot from cover well. I would compare this to heavenly sword with the world and puzzles and bulletstorm also with the world and combat, minus all of the crazy combos in bulletstorm. This game gets pretty hetic though just like the 2 games I mentioned.
Also as a single player I have been the female elf and the male character has saved me various times as well as draws a lot of enemies. I think it is the best computer controlled companion I have played with so far.
Also there is magic for your bow and your melee.
Also the graphics in my opinion look great. The characters are large and the world is huge and varied. I am only on the second level but have already been through a town and a lot of dungeons. The levels are huge. It took me about 6hrs into the second level. Also it is challenging and I have died a few times.
The characters are very cool to me too. I always like playing mercs. The story is good to me too so far.
I have not finished the game but will update as needed.
I read all of the player and pro reviews and feel that this game delivered as promised. The negative remarks in most reviews I have read are not very significant or are subjective or I have not even noticed the problem.
Oh yah the game reminds me of a better champions of norrath also.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could have been better, the saving system is the WORST PIECE OF CRAP! Be careful or you'll loose all your progessPublished 9 months ago by Oscar DMJ Cardenas Rodriguez
I don't know how others are playing tis game but it keeps pausing itself during play. Bought game new on Amazon. Terrible!!!Published 11 months ago by L. Payne
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Good game has a few glitches. But if you replay the area it works through them.Published 14 months ago by teresa edwards